Terms and Conditions
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1. All entries must be completed using an official The Best Vendor Global Awards entry form in order to be judged.
2. All entries must be received by 6pm GMT on 30, October 2022.
3. The Best Vendor Global Awards reserves the right, after consultation with the entrant, to move submissions to a more appropriate category.
4. All information supplied by entrants will be treated in the strictest confidence, with all judges obliged to sign non-disclosure agreements.
6. The person’s whose name is on the entry form as “Contact Name” will be the permanent contact throughout the course of the awards program, and will receive all correspondence, including receipt-of-entry and winning-entry acknowledgements.
8. Following confirmation of receipt of entry, the judging panel will consider nominations. The awards team will contact organisations that have been short-listed.
9. Once the shortlist is published, organisations that have made the shortlist may publicise this fact (including using the official awards logos).
10. If it is found that any entrant has knowingly provided false information on their application for their entry, the The Best Vendor Global Awards reserves the right to withdraw any entry at any time submitted by that organisation.
11. Applicants must be authorised to enter their organisation into the awards.
12. The award winners will be announced on 15 Nov 2022. Winners may be requested to participate in post event publicity.
13. All shortlisted finalists will be required to supply a high-resolution photograph in JPEG or logo in PNG format which will be used in the Award Winner promotion activities.
14. If in the opinion of the committee a nomination is reasonably likely to cause material damage to the reputation of the International Brilliance Awards or any of its sponsors, the committee shall at its sole discretion choose to disqualify that nomination.
15. Organisations may be short-listed for more than one award and the appropriateness of the category in which it sits may also be examined by the judges.
16. Organisations cannot be short-listed for an award they have sponsored.
17. Judges are ineligible to score/comment on an entry made from their own organisation, or if they have a vested interest.
18. The awards committee will retain copies of all entries. Winning entries may be used in order to give feedback or as an example to other entrants if requested.
19. The judges may disqualify any entry that does not adhere to the rules.
20. No nominee shall engage in any activity that may damage the integrity of the awards scheme or ceremony. Any such actions shall be raised with the awards committee who will take any decision on disqualification. The awards committee’s decision with respect to disqualification is final.
21. The decisions of the judges will be final and will not be subject to any appeal. All entrants must agree to be bound by them.
22. By entering or agreeing to participate in the International Brilliance Awards, all entrants agree to the above terms and conditions.